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GPS warning devices sold in the U.S. are
specifically designed to help drivers avoid getting a photo enforced
tickets. Drivers receiving photo enforced tickets can expect fines
ranging from $50-$450 in the U.S. Having a device that alerts you
when a point of interest (POI) such as red light camera or speed camera
location is approaching can make you extra cautious of drivers and
theoretically reduce your chances of getting a ticket. The GPS navigation market is growing
rapidly but is still in the "early adopter" phase. Taking a long
term approach when deciding what to purchase as your device is the
smartest approach. You might ask yourself what other types of
points of interest GPS alerts you might you want in your device such as
cheap gas, accidents, traffic, etc.